Public involvement in environmental decisions in Western democracies has continuously increased in recent decades. There has been a growing demand for evaluating and comparing public participation processes. Webler (this volume) developed a set of evaluation criteria for fair and competent discourse where fairness is defined as the sufficiency of opportunities that affected citizens have to protect their interests, and competence is related to the adequacy of knowledge selection tools.
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- Citizens’ Advisory Committee as a Model for Public Participation: A Multiple-Criteria Evaluation
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